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Editor’s note: The following was written to the mayor, council and taxpayers of the Town of Mulgrave. It has come to our attention that we are being asked what we are doing with the money the fire...
October 17 was the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. This day promotes dialogue and understanding between people living in poverty and their communities, and society at large. This year’s theme was “Acting together to...
I am all for marking my “X” in a round circle on my ballet slip with my shaking old right hand while trying not to spoil my important vote. The right decision matters when it comes time to count...
Adam Cook is a genius! His production of “One Hundred Thousand Welcomes” last weekend in Port Hawkesbury was one of the most entertaining and most moving theatre experiences I’ve had at the SAERC Auditorium. This was...
Canadians will elect a new House of Commons on October 21. We’ve already seen the political parties and their leaders staking out positions on an array of fundamental issues. Whether it’s climate change, taxes, employment, foreign policy,...
Editor’s note: The following letter was written to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board. The Seniors Take Action Coalition (STAC) is an organization that advocates on behalf of seniors throughout the Strait-Richmond area of Nova Scotia.
If all politics are local politics, then federal election candidates need to get back to their grassroots and acknowledge the role municipalities play in serving all Canadians. Although most candidates will echo the line that “municipal government...
It comes as no surprise that our generation has failed in its environmental stewardship, both in Nova Scotia and Canada. Looking at the current, critical crisis facing us around the world, it’s obvious our generation lacks...
The better you are prepared, the better chance you will have of staying on top of everything that is coming your way, has been advice that most parents have tried to pass on to their children from time immemorial. Another...
“The Cape Breton Situation” Podcast recently recorded a podcast with Mr. Mark Macneill who has a vast amount of knowledge about the history of Cape Breton Island. During the podcast, Mark mentioned what happened to Cape...


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